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capital spending and manufacturing is making a renaissance in the u.s. and all that would achieve market make for good earnings. david: i brought it up with our trader from the cme. most seem to be underinvested when it comes to capital equipment. 2013 might be the year they began to spend that money on their capital investments. if that happens, cannot create a boom in the center of capital equipment? >> i believe that is absolutely correct. corporate america has high margins right now, but they have come because of cost-cutting and cost-cutting and profit trend is run out right now to grow in the future i think they're going to have to invest in will have to invest in people so employment getting gradually better, you'll have to invest in technology and capital goods and i think it creates a boom in the u.s. economy along with energy, along with hosting. liz: make us some money here, what are you investing with the perspective you have articulated? >> i agree with a lot of what michael is saying, but taking little bit of a different approach. going from sector to sector, i find it very
they have already stole $5 million from u.s. bank accounts. here to talk about how to protectour hard-earned cash. we have colonel layton, security analyst and former deputy director with the national security agency. colonel, welcome back to the show. i should say colonel cedric layton. >> my pleasure, melissa. great to be with you. melissa: break this down for me. what exactly is going on? >> what is going on, melissa. there is a guy named --. melissa: i'm glad you had to say that, not me. >> he is, basically means thief in law. in russian. so he is literally a godfather-like figure within the russian hacker community. he is ve brazen. posts a lot of stuff on youtube that talks about exactly what he will do. he is interested in going after people's money and he is targing particularly affluent private banking customers, rich people all over the world but particularly in the united states. and during this last attack, that he was involved in, this basic test run for operation blitzkrieg, what he ended up dng he ended up going into approximately 300 different accounts in various banks
would exacerbate rather than diminish the uncertainty of the fiscal policy and to the u.s. into an unavoidable and unnecessary recession. the u.s. could lose its aaa status. this is from fitch ratings. wait until you see what we are going to have to spend for our debt if we lose the aaa status. because it will cost us more to float our bonds. what is being done right now? not to escalate the war of words, but to find some common ground. >> the houses focused on passing a tax policy. senate and have them respond. what is now a look at is the sequestration piece. the president refuses to deal with the side and we have to do this. last summer we were talking about the same issues were the bomb folks were saying that if there is not real spending reductions, if we don't get a plan, the automatic spending cuts kick in. the president is asking to turn those off, that sends a signal as well that we are not serious about reducing spending. this is the absolute worst way to reduce spending. it is the only option that we have. gerri: thank you for coming on the show tonight. meanwhi
. they are keeping an outlook for the full year and also their expectations for overall u.s. economic growth. what is interesting about fedex is there air expression, they're more expensive way to ship things. if you wanted to use fedex ground, monday was the deadline. tomorrow is the deadline for ups regular ground shipping if you want those gifts in time for christmas. melissa: i did not know that. good stuff, lauren. the united states is at risk. the agency says it is a lack of a deal that could erode growth potential for the company. the united states was already downgraded from aaa status last year. lori: i think it is fascinating. everyone blew past the first downgrade we had. interest rates actually fell. now, a second downgrade, where do you default to. it is really troubling. we have to keep a close eye on it with this fiscal cliff. that is what we are here for. melissa: we will stay on top of it. charlie gasparino broke the story. knight capital going to getco. lori: hope you have some extra cash to spend if you are flying. there you have the dollar. weaker against the dollar and the yen
that u.s. lawmakers will have a deal. we are kind of to the downside. with that, i will send it back to you guys. dagen: what can we expect volume to look like? >> typically, any traders take the week off. a couple of days off. you have a lower volume. yesterday, there was a lot of conviction. volume was up considerably based on the one-week average. it has been a little bit better than usual. dagen: thank you so much, lauren. we will give people comments when they start. the white house saying president obama will veto the gop's plan b for the fiscal cliff saying it does not meet balance. douglas holtz aiken, former director of the budget office, joining us with more. if not now, then when the heck? >> hopefully by december 31. i think it is very important for us to avoid going over the fiscal cliff. all bad news for americans. you like to think that they are getting closer to gather. the fact that the white house rejected a plan b is not good. dagen: $1 trillion raised in revenue by congressman boehner's plan. that is pretty close, is it not remark it is true that the numbers have
growth. think about it from the 1990s perspective, u.s., two and a half, 3% growth is pretty good growth. you have to look at it and balance is based on those perceptions, and japan will do pretty good the next couple of years. liz: when you start to look at exactly what he said, looking for the next opportunity, and with the young weaker against the dollar, you're seeing a possibility they could upgrade exports. >> i definitely agree. liz: you go to electronics or insurance companies? >> it is a little bit hard because there is still a balance sheet issues. electronics and technologies are still the place to be. liz: any chance we look at a fiscal cliff that is so bad that we dip back into recession? are you modeling that at all? >> i don't think so. you've already seen a little give and take, getting closer to the middle, so there will be a deal done even if it goes into january it will not be that big of a deal. cheryl: youliz: your response? don't go all in into anything. liz: you feel a percent or 9% is a real possibility? that is just dead money, isn't it? >> the risk is in the ass
trying to transform the u.s. economy away from a free market system towards a socialist one that's government directed. stuart: i have a windmill -- there's a farm i have got in new zealand. we built a windmill at the cost of 33,000 u.s. dollars. now, i provided the money for that thing. that's free capital. it will still take 15 years to get the money back, with free capital. had we borrowed that money, the prevailing rate of interest in new zealand, which is about 6 1/2, 7 1/2 percent, it would be 30 years to get our money back out of it, by which time the thing would have broken down, and i would have to replace it. it doesn't make economic sense. >> it doesn't, but as monica said, it does make sense if you are trying to transform the system at large. >> transform the economy, yeah. stuart: all right, ladies, you made your point. fedex, it is an economic indicator. they were out with numbers today. lauren, what's going on? >> the stock is up even though profit missed expectations by 2 cents, but a 3% pop for fedex now. superstorm sandy definitely affected the shipper's earning
? >> to understand the regular admission is filled with students from the u.s. and abroad, much mor competitive so if they can get their stuff in early, they have done the research i finished their testing they will apply early because the chances of getting in a slightly higher in the early rounds. gerri: or numbers show more and more kids arerying to do this, give us an idea of the trend. >> we have not tracked the number of students who applied early. it is accepted by 480 at colleges nationwide. you have supplements to fill out, but what we he actually contacted individual colges and what we have seen is huge numbers in the early rounds, so 40%, university of virginia and chicago are up 19% eac northwestern, miami university in ohio reporting record numbers. gerri: is that why they're seen such big increases because these are really greatschools. >> both public and private schools are seeing an ireasee we are seeing more kids are being deferred as well because they'rtrying to figure out eir classes for this kind of a predictor of what is going to happen. rri: if you applied early and are denie
production in spain, and the use of medical technology in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, gbal economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutuafunds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. ro price. invest wi confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. lou: back with the a-team, gun control, mental illness, what we can do about it. >> you were just talking about how the mother was trying to get him committed, and then courts get involved because to try -- lou: waiting for a hearing. >> waiting for a hearing. to get an involuntary commitment on a 20-year-old man is difficult. it's taking a lot of time. it should not be that way. when the signs are so clear as they were in this case, then action needs to be taken right away, and i don't understand why that doesn't -- didn't happen, but i tell you the lawyers in the courts accept that. >> it didn't happen in this case with respect to medications and things of that sort, but i think w
production in south africa, and the aerospace instry in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summaryrospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. ♪ lou: joining us now, the "a-team," author, columnist, former prosecutor, fox news legal analyst, veteran democratic strategist and pollster. let's start with, first, gun control. the president is making it clear, he is going to advance it, as is senator feinstein and others. your reaction? >> i am not a supporter of gun control because i don't want to disarm people who are law-abiding citizens exercisin their second andment rights. that think that having people who are law-abiding citizens have weapons makes criminals scared. that is why criminals go to these gun-free zones like schools and malls because they know that there won't face real resistance. lou: governor perry
expectancy in the u.s., real estate in hong kong, and the optics industry in germany? at t. rowe price, we understand the cnections of a complex, global economy. it just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. ♪ . melissa: are lawmakers any closer to making my christmas dreams come true and actually hammering out a deal it save our economy? well, you just heard texas republican senator kay bailey hutchison say she thinks it is almost a certainty but are democrats singing a different tune? we wanted to check it out. joining me democratic congressman henry cuellar. thanks for joining us. >> thank you very much. melissa: i said before, we're a million miles away. if you're outside the beltway feels like you live on a different planet first of all. that's that. we watch what is going on in washington and thinking are they getting closer to a deal or not? one minute everybody
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